The dining room at Nom Wah seems frozen in time. With a beautiful tile floor and sepia tones, it looks like the kind of room where the cast of In the Mood for Love would go when they wanted dumplings. Renovated a few years back, it no longer doles food out in carts but simply offers dim sum à la carte, as the modern Hong Kong restaurants do. The food is decent, if a bit of a mixed bag. The shrimp-and-snow-pea dumplings, the craggy-textured “original” egg roll, and the rice rolls with spare ribs are the things to get. Drink some tea, or maybe a beer, and soak in the atmosphere.